Turkish strike kills Iraqi border guards, Iraqi military says


Baghdad (Reuters) – A Turkish drone strike on Tuesday killed two members of Iraq’s border guard and the driver of the vehicle they were in, the Iraqi military said.

The attack took place in the Sidakan area in northeastern Iraq, near the Turkish and Iranian borders, the military said in a statement, calling the attack “flagrant aggression”.

It did not elaborate.

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